Our health care roundtable gathers The Motley Fool's top health care analysts to discuss the sector's biggest stories in a free flowing and highly opinionated format.
In this portion of the video, our guys discuss Warren Buffett's latest portfolio moves in the health care industry. They also continue debate regarding the merits of spinning off businesses, such as Abbott Labs' spinoff of Abbvie as of the first of next year. They take a look at Merck and Johnson & Johnson , two companies sticking by the conglomerate model and retaining all of their businesses, and they explore if they think it's the right approach.
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